One of the more interesting struggles to watch in this
How can you roll with wireless punches when you are
by a conglomerate that sets a rigid political frameworkwithin which you must work?
As a long time newspaper junkie I'm an interested observer.
And what I observed was that although the irritating one-sided
enjoy in the St. Catharines Standard are not.
So a few weeks ago I was actually thinking of cancelling
A few national and international stories are buriedinside.
I wasn't sure about it at first.
But I'm beginning to see the St. Catharines Standard'scost cutting efforts as a big plus.
Suddenly the message is:
Local issues matter.
Local issues are important.
It's a small twist in newspaper attitude but it maybe the right twist.
I like it.
And I'm keeping my subscription.